This special issue of Critical Quarterly examines the events of 9/11 from a broad range of disciplinary perspectives, including Islamic theory, media studies, philosophy, war theory, architecture, and film studies. Articles by J.L. Camp, Eric O. Clarke, Paul Hirst, Ronald Judy, Terry Smith, Sami Zubaida, and others; interview with Christopher Hitchens. This publication was produced in conjunction with a research seminar jointly organized at the Tate Modern by the Cultural Studies Program (University of Pittsburgh) and the London Consortium.
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